Larsen, Elfinn1; Solgaard, Per Bent1; Freund, L. Gade2; Olesen, A. Schou2; Pedersen, R. Smith2
1 Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark2 unknown
A 56 yr old woman, who ingested 2 g of thallium sulfate, was successfully treated with long-term hemodialysis for 200 h during 10 days, combined with forced diuresis and Prussian blue. The effect of the artificial kidney dialysis was determined by repeated analysis of the Tl concentration in the dialysis bath and in blood samples. During the 1st 120 h of hemodialysis, 143 mg of Tl was eliminated via the artificial kidney and 110 mg via the urinary tract. The present case of acute Tl intoxication is the 1st in which long-term hemodialysis has been used in the acute phase...
Acta Universitatis Szegediensis. Acta Mineralogica - Petrographica, 1978, Vol 204, Issue 5, p. 429-432